Mahtomedi Betty's Pies will close at end of month; bank says shop owes $281,000 back rent - Bring Me The News

Mahtomedi Betty's Pies will close at end of month; bank says shop owes $281,000 back rent

Betty's owners tell the Pioneer Press that, despite a good customer base, the Mahtomedi location has struggled financially for years and it's time to close the doors. The original spot in Two Harbors is still going strong.
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Betty's owners tell the Pioneer Press that, despite a good customer base, the Mahtomedi location has struggled financially for years and it's time to close the doors. The original spot in Two Harbors is still going strong.

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